Vicki, Kelly and Amanda Wilson head to Australia for their latest wild horse adventure.
Each year thousands of Australia’s legendary Brumbies are aerially culled or captured and sold for slaughter to manage the world’s largest population of wild horses. When the Wilson Sisters hear of government plans to cull 90 per cent of the Snowy Mountain Brumbies, they eagerly sign up for the Australian Brumby Challenge to learn more about these iconic horses’ desperate plight.
Assigned ponies so small that even the slaughterhouses have rejected them, Vicki, Kelly and Amanda realise their Brumbies' future lies with much younger riders. Will these Brumbies embrace the many changes ahead of them, and can the sisters find children they trust to ride recently wild ponies?
The sequel to the best-selling books For the Love of Horses, Stallion Challenges and Mustang Ride.
Born in Whangamata, Kelly Wilson relocated to Northland with her family at the age of five. Having grown up around horses, she competed in show jumping to Pony Grand Prix level, before focusing on her creative talents.
She won a scholarship to Auckland University of Technology and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Graphic Design, minoring in Photography.
She is the author of three bestselling adult books, For the Love of Horses, Stallion Challenges and Mustang Ride, and a children's picture book Ranger the Kaimanawa Stallion.
With her sisters Vicki and Amanda, Kelly has starred in a TV series, Keeping up with the Kaimanawas, following their work taming New Zealand's wild Kaimanawa horses, and travelled to America and Australia to rescue and tame wild horses.
Paperback / softback
Random House Australia
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